Notice of PossibleRezoning The Clarkfield City Council will hold a public hearing on the possible rezoning ofa residential property to commercial. The property in question is the Anspach Property located at 6th Street and 11th Avenue Attend thePublic Hearing Clarkfield city residents are invited to attend the public hearing of the city council toexpress their opinions on the rezoning topic. The hearing will be held on: Tuesday, January 5th at 6:00 p.m. Clarkfield City Hall 904 10th Ave. Clarkfield, Minnesota 56223 You are also invited to send your written comments to: City of ClarkfieldPO Box 278 Clarkfield, MN 56223
September 14:Public Hearing for New Ordinance to hold a special election.September 15: Notify media sources of filing dates.September 30: 8 a.m. two-week filing for candidacy period opens.October 14: 5 p.m. filing for candidacy closes.October 15: Remit candidate(s) names to County Auditor's OfficeOctober 16: Last date for candidate(s) to remove name from ballot.October 21: City Clerk to verify ballot proofs.October 23: Absentee Voting OpenOctober 26:Printed ballots delivered to City ClerkDecember 3:Public accuracy test on M-100 counters.December 8: Precinct voting supplies delivered and set up.December 9: Election Day 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. polls open.December 10: Precinct voting supplies picked up by Clerk/Public Works staff.December 15: Board of Canvass convenes.
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The City Council has appointed Gene Kockelman as the Mayor of Clarkfield until the Council canvasses the results of the special election on December 15th.
At the Council meeting on August 18,2015, the Council chose to hold a special election in order to fill the vacancy of the Mayor. The first step in this process will be to create an ordinance that specifies the circumstances under which such an election will be held. Once this process is complete, a timeline will be presented and available to the public on important dates for the election. If you have any questions, please contact the City Office at 320-669-4435.
We are currently raising funds to add toddler equipment to the North Park playground. The equipment is called a Playdozer and will cost Young Families $5,695. The equipment is rated for ages 2-12.
Our current fundraiser is Cards for a Cause - $30 for the box of your choice. There are 30 handmade, embellished cards with matching envelopes in each box - this makes each card only $1!! Each box is sturdy and sectioned into various occasions.
Boxes make great gifts, and of course the cards are perfect for any occasion!
Please place your order by contacting Katie Zuraff.
We are currently in the process of gathering information on how our streets and sidewalks are being used. Please provide your input on areas throughout town that may make it difficult for you to get to your destination. For example: the kids that need to walk or bike to the Charter School or get to the parks and swimming pool in the summer. Another example would be basic intersection safety for all citizens. Please click on the folloiwng link: http://wikimapping.com/wikimap/Clarkfield-SRTS-Plan.html Once you are on the site there are instuctions that will show you how to post your information.
The goal of this study is to see what the needs of the city are. Thank you for taking the time to help us complete this study.
County: Yellow MedicineMayor: Eugene KockelmanPopulation: 944 (2000 Census)Zip Code: 56223Area Code: 320